Lintec Strengthens Singapore Lab

Wednesday, May 11, 2005
Lintec Testing Services has appointed Paul Livingston as Regional Manager for Asia. Paul makes the move to Singapore from Darlington in the UK, where he was operations manager supervising all three of Lintec's laboratories.

Paul's new role will see him developing Lintec's Asian business. "Singapore has the largest and most advanced bunker market in the world. I look forward to being at the heart of the action," Livingston says.

John Dixon, managing director of Lintec, says: "Singapore leads the way with bunker standards and Lintec leads the way in providing peace of mind for shipowners and charterers. Paul's wealth of technical expertise puts him in good stead to do just that."

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